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. >> samsung electronics operates a fifth straight quarter, but sales flip. >>> and government is on track for the austerity measures as angela merkel gives up -- for election. >>> and aig just finished off paying off its massive bailout, but the company is now weighing on whether to sue the u.s. government over that very rescue. >> now 2013. >> it's been so long. how long has it been? >> months. >> better make the most of it, though. >> two days. >> yeah. two days. >> then it's onward. >> anyway, look, we're here. i still don't know what time zone and country i'm in. >> there was snow, right? >> there was. it was beautiful. >> on today's show, we hone in on samsung in seoul. i'm all frufterred because you're back. the electronic giant will expand its lead over apple this year. >> and we've got our chips in. and we'll head out to las vegas for the latest on the consumer electronics show. >> the trade deficit widens to its largest level in five years. >> and we'll get the latest from wall street on just how happy a new year bankers are likely to have. >> i hope it's not that happy. some wil
plunging how can you invest in its smartphone rival samsung? tracy byrnes and ashley webster have the answers next on fox business. don't miss it. ♪ (train horn) vo: wherever our trains go, the economy comes to life. norfolk southern. one line, infinite possibilities. tracy: good afternoon, i'm tracy byrnes. ashley: i'm ashley webster. apple falling hard. the stock dropping nearly 12% on fears the company, well, is losing out to smartphone rival samsung. that raises the question how can you invest in samsung? we're looking for options in moments. it is not that easy. tracy: it is not. there is no adr. the odd man out months after nasdaq and i.c.e. teamed up in a failed bid to take over the new york stock exchange, nyse and i.c.e. are going it alone. bob fwri felled shares his reaction with liz claman from davos. that is ahead. ashley: a dire warning from the economy from a top advisor to president bush. ed lazear is here. he says we need to take dressic action right away. nothing happens in washington right away. tracy: unless its hundred of orders, or vacations. tracy: as we do
in tech? i think nature here, apple is looking across at samsung, competing hard with samsung and starting to adopt sam sung's policies and practices and samsung is a broadband, more of a value brand and segment. melissa: looking right now, the market share, what we've seen and it has just been a huge jump. in 2011, samsung's market share was 22% to apple's 13. if you look what happened in 2012, samsung has jumped all the way to 31%, a huge jump. another 10%. meanwhile apple just ticked up two points, to 15. seems like samsung is really eating their lunch and apple should go back to what has worked for them, instead of trying to do this other thing, right? maybe they can't? maybe they're out of ideas? their trademark was amazing innovation. is that gone with steve jobs? >> well, what steve wozniak beliefs, when steve jobs passed a lot of people that created innovation with apple left the company and, but they were there to be with jobs. so the end result, what's left isn't capable of innovating like jobs innovated. the other issue though is recognize that porsche, doesn't compete with mark
, what is the problem? is samsung coming in and eating up their market share? >> i think it is about a lot of different things. samsung a few years ago was a number two, number three player. this last year it has come to dominate the smartphone face. it is number one seller. look the market share in the last quarter. apple has 14.6% market share. melissa: wow. >> down from 23% and now samsung is the number one maker and shipper of global smartphones, 31.3%. this is all in the third quarter, according to idc. on top of this, this morning, smartphone just adds a trump card onto the mix. 100 million phones of the samsung s-series of smartphones. this took samsung less than three years to get to the 100 million unit mark. it took apple four years to do it. it is not able to compete with samsung in the way, not a one-horse show anymore really. >> i still use an old iphone. i think a 4. i wonder if iphone is saturated. i'm perfectly satisfied. is 5 much more fancier. melissa: i know people go in to get one, it is cheaper. there are more samsung options. you get wooed away from the iphone w
saw slow downs. apple and samsung, we love these companies because they had no europe last year, in china, no mexico. now we wish they had all three and there was business formation. let's focus on the other half of the equation. it's a little. where the money is going. last night china heads to one more marketable session. holy cow, courtesy of new attitude. the gold double digit growth is taking up the fxi. follow along, but it is taking up to the ancillary chinese place, like coach. did you see that today. rallying more than $2. we are seeing steady names in big commons. totalling chinese demand, truck demand. this one won't stop climbing. i say watch starbucks which is a gigantic expansion. i think it's going terrific clee. and that stock is taking a hit because of disassociation with the people's of republic, it's coming back strong. nike was hurt but that's becoming a thing of the past and buyers are piling in. the worst is over for certain at least in china. how about winn? nonetheless, steve win has put a lot of resources into mack could you macou. things are getting bet
from samsung, market share numbers are gaining for samsung, apple losing sales as far as the marketshare goes. doesn't that factor into what we hear from the component makers? >> it does and it doesn't. i haven't identified where the cuts are from. in quarter for apple did 50 million iphones. samsung did somewhere around 18 million galaxy, around 8 million note to mack. they did somewhere around 26 million so apple was approximately double samsung's true competitive area. apple does not compete at the low end or the mid-end, only the high-end. apples to apples comparison, apple is still twice the size. cheryl: one man's treasure is another man's trash. and in that kind of goes to apple and rim right now, a big jump in rim stocks given the component makers seeing a scale back from apple. does rim win? >> it is interesting. look at the universe of beaten down tech companies, hp, dell, nokia, that group has performed remarkably well in the last month. it has been stunning actually. we're seeing portfolio managers and hedge fund managers buy these things on high short inte
features. gerri: what about samsung? >> samsung is amazing as well. they have apple and google and facebook. samsung outsold apple's iphone to that one. gerri: times people here think that the iphone is the only thing to buy. but not everybody agrees with that. >> the android is 73% of the global market. the iphone is the minority. gerri: thank you for coming on tonight. we appreciate your time and help. still to come, my "two cents more" on former pesidents. and apple has been tumbling. dangerously close to 52 year lows. find out what happens next. gerri: up gerri: technology stocks making headlines today. in the last segment we told you about facebook's new search feature. investors were not too impressed, they got a lot of attention here. apple and dell. from on the technology doctor, i am joined by gary kaltbaum. i can't help myself. i want to hear what you think about the facebook announcement. we have to start there. >> i think the biggest problem is they set the big media, supposedly it's going to be the end-all, be-all, it's just a little bit better search. now we are going to wait
: their products are sold in a wide range of phones from the samsung galaxy to the iphone. shibani joshi joins us now. shibani: qualcomm is the number one supplier of wireless chips and we're pleased to be joined by the ceo of qualcomm, thank you for coming on. thank you for being with us today on a very busy, busy day. a very busy week certainly for you. >> thank you for having me with you. shibani: yesterday you gave the keynote at replacing steve ballmer and bill gates. a mobile company is a keynote at a consumer technology show. what does that symbolize in terms of the direction the consumer technology? >> everybody knows a smart phones have become so popular. mobile computing, computing is going mobile so microsoft built the new windows on top of our chips for example, so it is just now we will see it enabling technology. in particular consumer electronics. tvs, game consoles, all those things we traditionally think in consumer electronics. shibani: you are sort of the brains behind that technology. it is sort of the meaning that the horsepower, the engine is the driver for things rather tha
of the company say, all right, let's take a hard look before we switch out. >> it's not even apple or samsung. in terms of global market share, the top five, i mean, r.i.m.'s not up there, but zte is up there, along with samsung and apple. it's not just samsung and apple versus r.i.m. at all. it's r.i.m. versus everybody else. >> 79 million subscribers. >> market share for these guys, 5%. two years ago, 20%. i mean, a lot has gone on while they have been trying to get this thing ready. the question is, how much has android and ios taken out of the room. we will see. the presentation at 10:00. jon fortt has tried out the software and is relatively impressed. they'll not show their super bowl ad, so they say. we'll find out. jim, you are the ray lewis of our team today. you're playing hurt. you got the big brace on your arm, but this time it's your voice. you're amazing. >> san francisco, watch out. >> well, talk about missions, let's talk about amazon. set to open at new all-time highs. the online retailer is better than expected profit margins, that is the key story here. as we said earlier a
continues to get harder for many. one company currently experiencing surprising growth is samsung. it has announced record profits driven by impressive sales of smartphones. success is putting pressure on apple which lost its slot today as the most valuable company in the world. our technology correspondent reports. >> six years ago, the iphone was unveiled by steve jobs and went on to define the smartphone industry. now samsung has grabbed the lead. it is a giant conglomerate that makes everything from televisions to washing machines. it is smartphones that have transformed its fortunes and now contribute more than half the profits. their offering new smartphone users the same experience as apple for less. >> we're offering an attractive experience at an affordable price. for those who want to use facebook and e-mail, they do not need to pay the top of the range to get those services. >> apple has delivered outstanding results this week, but its shares have slid amid worries of its ability to come to something new. in the last quarter of 2012 it made over 8 billion pounds in profit and s
to competitors, particularly samsung with its popular galaxy smartphone. finally, today there were reports apple dramatically cut orders for iphone 5 components, due to weak demand. to be sure, apple has not confirmed soft sales with hard numbers. but, experts it would not surprise them if consumers were sour on iphone 5. >> it may be significant, we just came through the consumer electronics show and virtually all of the high profile phones that were introduced there had very large screens. some manufacturers like samsung have done very well with screens that are five inches or more in size. the iphone 5 is a four inch screen. >> reporter: apple is still far more profitable than any other consumers electronics firm in the world. but, analyst's celestial expectations have led to a crushing fall for apple shares. since hitting a high of $705 in september, the stock has lost nearly 30%. the selloff has trigged a big debate on wall street. are the shares cheap enough to buy, or is the market darling done? apple bulls argue the gadget maker has a p.e. of just 11. apple bears say the company's days a
of apple has to go someplace else. amazon, like it. >> samsung and the whole supply chain. >> one more check on shares on apple, down by just about 10%. the last time this stock was down 10% during the may flash crash on earnings. it was p12008. having an impact on the qs. i'm melissa lee. see you tomorrow at 9:00 for "squawk on the street." "mad money" with jim cramer starts right now. >>> i'm jim cramer. and welcome to my world. >> you need to get in the game. going out of business and he's nuts! they're nuts! they know nothing! i always like to say there's a bull market somewhere. "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer. welcome to "mad money," welcome to cramerica. other people want to make friends, trying to save you a little money. my job is not just to entertain but to educate and put things in perspective. call me at 1-800-743-cnbc. not everything in the market can be explained by cold hard facts. not everything is rational or even cut and dried or it can even be ascertained with close scrutiny. including today where the dow vaulted 67 points s&p advanced, nas
whether to be like samsung or those guys in nokia that just slashed the dividend. and what we heard wednesday from apple and last night from samsung is a tale of woe that you could argue says smartphones have become saturated. everybody who needs a smartphone has one and now they're even trading down, not even buying expensive smartphones. qualcomm has got a heavy burden as it's going to have to tell us if that's the case, if there really is saturation. it has to tell us because it's the semiconductor brain for so much of the next generation of smartphones. this is the most important call of the week. and it might be when you can start buying apple if it hasn't bottomed by then. not that i want you in it but people do keep asking me. and please understand that apple is going from growth stock to value stock and that's often an ugly journey. okay? there's clip joints along the road and a lot of speed traps you know, the with r5idar guns. thursday is a day made for "mad money." and we think lightning could strike, possibly more than once. we have said recently that three companies who
deficit. and it's also in focus with samsung electronics, expected to release it's delayed guidance. at the same time, japan's retail giant will unveil their q3 forecast, as well. and december faels figures are due from taiwan. auoptronics and umc. >>> still to come, our next guest expects a 10% price drop in aural commodities over the new year. we'll find out why in just a moment. it turns out he turned his back on his homeland since the next tax. he received his russian passport as well as you can see a hug from the president. probably not easy to do to hug him. stephane is in paris. you have to have big arms to try and hug gerard. >> long, long arms. very long arms. >> i'm not quite sure why he's gone for a russian passport. i don't quite -- i thought he was going to live in belgium. anyway, how is this all going down? >> there's a fiscal agreement between france and russia in 1996 and he's in the still position when it comes to fiscal residence. the main criteria is the usual place of residence. in other words, if he still spends more than 50% of his time in trans, he will still
along with some warnings on the strength of gloeg global demand coming from the likes of samsung. will i sixuan has plenty more from singapore. >> thank you, kelly. let's start with japan. that market yet begin took center stage in asia. december cpi came in at minus 0.2% piling more pressure on the boj to beat deflation and eventually meet that 2% inflation target. the boj jumped nearly 3% and it's up for the 11th straight week. that's the longest winning streak in about 42 years. the japanese yen weakened to a fresh 2 1/2 year low against the green back. that's fueled a strong rally in exporter stocks. shares in china gave back strong gains earlier ending down by 0.5%. chinese stocks led losses of prot taking after north korea warned us more rocket launches and a nuclear test. the weakness in the mainland dragged the hang seng lower by just a touch. china mobile shares slipped for the fifth straight sessions. elsewhere, south korea shares pulled back for the third straight session, down almost 1% today. suppliers, they continued to tumble. samsung electronics lost 2.5% despite record e
that samsung has come on very strong. when you go to a resaler, the sales for samsung are much stronger than they used to be. i think this shift has got to be acknowledged. as henry blodgett said, the stock is inexpensive. when you have something that is old news, new news, it doesn't matter, there is a continuing recognition that something is just not as great at apple that it used to be. >> i think we can make the argument all day and all night, the valuation, cash on hand, dividend that apple is paying. at the same time you can make that case for a lot of other tech stocks out there. they pay a dividend and yet the stocks don't move much anymore. and i'm thinking of like a microsoft, for instance. >> well, i was just reiterating what henry was saying. >> right. >> i feel that, again, there's a lot of things that are subtly wrong with apple. the new itune iteration is just hated. i don't know a soul who likes it. it's very clear that there are real issues involving the ipad mini and whether it's as exciting as it used to be. there is no omg factor. it's just -- frankly, as my daughter said
to ask you about the competition. we will be hearing from apple tomorrow, overall apple, samsung, can blackberry, can rim compete in this environment? is it all that it is hyped up to be? >> i don't think it can, but the proof will be in the pudding. i think blackberry 10 will represent a significant improvement for the blackberry devices. i think it will mimic in many respects the attributes of the ios and its respective manufactures whether it is apple or samsung. the real question is does it have that extra sizzle to entice customers to come back to the blackberry family? cheryl: absolutely. will they go back to blackberry or stick with athletes. senior research analyst, thank you. >> thank you for having me. cheryl: the path of least resistance is higher. we're sitting at these five-year highs for the major markets, and the dollar is higher, the nasdaq, s&p, the russell all trading to the upside. january seems to be happening. we finally got out of the $92 area. let's go to the floor show. the cme group and of course the nymex standing by at the new york stock exchange in the thic
is the next step? you're 35 different names and brands. everybody from samsung. you're in apple. you're in what else? >> 35 different brands. we are now designed in over a thousand device. for the first time in 2012 we sold over a billion dollars in revenue. >> that's freight. >> terrific milestone for us. fastest business in corning ever to get to a billion dollars. we think the next wave of growth for us started with phones. went to slates. will be notebooks next. these are two examples. lenovo thinkpad. and this is a dell. >> so and it is just specialty glass. >> they're capable. they're touch-enabled. i think what you're going to see a lot of different form factors. the dell for example, you can use this either as a pc or a slate. >> or as slate you can pull that up. you've got the glass contract for that? >> correct. >> i would imagine that is huge? >> correct. the issue with notebooks. you tend to pick them up like this you need strong glass also. a little demo. you always want to break glass. i will let you do that this year. >> i'm obnoxious. i like to do this stuff. >> safet
on your apple hat, all right? they would rather do business with samsung's chip, even though samsung is their biggest competitor, than switch to intel. >> what are we missing? there's uniform negativity here. we'll look back on it at end of this year and say, wait a second, we should have thought of that. >> don't throw that. >> that pc was bad, and they had every right to go out the window. all right, i've calmed down. >> there's no hope? >> anytime you have that budget, you can do it. i like stacy very much. it's a great manufacturer. there's hope. >> okay. >> there's hope. same level of hope. silver lining theory i call it. >> okay. when we come back, a wall street analyst known for being a longtime bear on netflix. and from textbook reynolds to the linked-in for college students, we'll talk to former yahoo! ceo. [ "i'm only human" plays ] humans. even when we cross our t's and dot our i's, we still run into problems. namely, other humans. at liberty mutual insurance, we understand. that's why our auto policies come with accident forgiveness if you qualify, where your rates won't
to buy an apple tablet but people in this world that will buy the cool pad 8060 for $100. >> that samsung phone and like the wider screen. the wider screen. >> the important thing is listen to the discussion we are having, about another company. >> i know we want to get to netflix as well. three of six quarters i believe they have missed since he has taken over, two of the last three. jobs was 11 straight and 19 of 20 quarters where they overdelivered. now, put that in some perspective for us in terms of conservative guidance. when does pressure build on him? >> now. already. no? >> we are a long way from that. a long way. >> do you think -- let me ask you, do you think four months ago, the company was a better company than it is now? >> no i think it's the same company. >> same company, right? so then why do you want to pay so much? >> other companies are not the same company. >> samsung is not the same company. google is not the same company. >> interestingly, to put today into some perspective, the last gap down for apple was july 22, 2008. so mornings light this don't happen lot. also
there is also a subsidy for the samsung galaxy. when you've only got two devices to choose from, not enough competition for these carriers to say, no, we're not going to pay that much. that certainly would seem to be something here that investors are going to continue to pay attention to. the margins are the key here. we'll see. high multiple stock, 15 times, does have a nice dividend as you point out. investors may be looking closely at the margin number for their guidance for the year, despite what are some positive comments. >> we love the stuff. how does it change. how does the metric change. if we look at the fios numbers, they start making money on the dvr, no, now it's just wireless. >> you don't want to forget about the other important parts of the business. there's a wire line business, and that's where they took the sandy charge in terms of the wire line. the positive effects from the union deal that will start to be felt this year. but wireless is the key for this company. it's what moves the stock. it is the most important component by far. this is a giant player that has had ex
it hit it. the stock is down about 17%. >> behind the rifle samsung with the group international data corporation with fewer iphone in the third quarter of last year and that ran apple's operating system for how many phones are running on samsung. tablets as well and apple is expected to hold on to the market share. not as high as it uslly does. android is catching up. you are talking about how we got this fascination with apple and it may not be all that. >> no and there reports they may sell iphone to keep them cheaper and so many different types of phones out there and a lot of new technology that people are excited about is not always apple. >> true. one analyst said apple is still a category killer. when was the last time you saw anybody waiting in line for a samsung device. we still see the lines. >> it may happen. they have a monopoly. you have another one and another one. >> you feel hooked. >> you won't spend the money to switch. >> a landmark that spoke a seven-year streak. >> a confession? reports say he admitted doping to oprah winfrey, but how far did he go? >> the unlike
samsung crushing the competition. you ask is apple next. i bring this up, because, of course, several -- you know, a couple months ago we saw the case. >> yeah. >> about how we heard samsung might be driven from business because apparently their smartphones copied from the iphone. but things seem to be going really, really well for them right now. >> well, that litigation is outstanding. but, you know, and ongoing, i should say. but in the rest of the world, it's not so important. that's number one. number two, it's not possible that the u.s. government is going to shut samsung down from distributing phones in the united states. not going to happen. and samsung is beating apple and smartphones and the rest of the world. they're neck and neck in the united states. and droids are a very, very compelling product versus these iphones. >> -- >> the galaxy note 2. apple has already reported they're ordering less supplies, they think demand is dipping. everyone you talk to seems to like samsung. and now people say blackberry has a chance to survive with the blackberry 10. it's funny how in a
ago. you look at the third-quarter share loss. 14.6% down from 23% a year ago. you look at samsung's growth, and samsung at 31% of worldwide shipments, from 8.8%. so we're seeing these two sort of cross paths here with samsung on the upswing, samsung yesterday reporting a record year, and apple on the down side. >> how long is tim cook going to subsidize its biggest enemy, samsung, and not go to taiwan semiconductors? do something about this south korean invasion. samsung is apple around the world. >> no doubt about it. took that nice train from london to paris. it goes a lot faster than amtrak, just so you know. >> does it lose money every year? >> no apple iphones to be found. but you saw a lot of galaxiegal >> you know, i've got to tell you, apple, wow, what a powerful hurt it's being put on a lot of people. this was one of those stories that everybody owns, and now everybody's saying, what the heck. >> right. >> got to break some news here with mary thompson. i think she's back at headquarters, news on aig. >> as we all know, the company's board is meeting today. and evidently
other companies, gross margins, something made by a samsung, for heaven sake. i thought they were like a steel company. the stock is reacting to how much money is being made on each item. the dreaded nitpick of gross margins. that nasty number that inferiors, competitors are suddenly making superior product at least in the mind of some of the less savvy consumers out there, the superior. what must be going to apple is the fact these analysts actually think they need ammo to stay positive, ammo to do something as simple as breathing, which is to reiterate the buy ratings. i can see tim cook turning to his colleagues puzzled saying, it's as if we have to come up with something breakthrough, something dazzling for them beyond what's obvious. which is how great we are. but at some point, your company's products may face genuine competition. in many places on earth, other companies may be taking share, which is what's happening with that samsung phone. or you might have product lines in decline like the iphone. like the ipad. and it's a funny thing, when that happens, you actually do need t
is growing for inexpensive phones. >>> samsung asked the court to uphold its ruling on the galaxy cell phone. in october they refused to impose a ban on the sale. apple requested that ban. the trial is set to begin in march in san jose. >>> striking nurses took to picket lines today. nurses are at odds with administrators over pay, benefits and contributions to their healthcare plans. both hospitals called in replacement workers and are promising care won't be effected. >>> researchers received 2 grants from the bill and melinda gates foundation. one group received $12 million to investigate the impacts of antibiotics to children. >>> back now to our bay area weather. rosemary o -- rosemary orozco explained we will be cold. >> tonight going to be just as cold as we have been. outside right now beautiful. once you step outside, it can be cold at times. if it is breezy in your neighborhood it could be brisk. 51 degrees in oakland. 49 san francisco. 40s concord, east bay, temperatures are cooling off. 45 degrees in brentwood. 32 mount diablo. with the windchill 9 degrees is what it feels like.
and samsung. and what will start with wired watches and glasses will eventually blossom into a world wide web of t-shirts, blouses and sweaters. >> it depends on how thin and light you want to make this. companies like i.b.m. are working on some flexible substrates that wl really alow f the creation of wearable electronics. clothing. >> reporter: that's not all i.b.m. is working on. futurist trevor davis says the tech giant now has software that taps into social networks and predicts what people will wear. but does this mean style-setter anna wintour will be replaced by a supercomputer? >> i don't think anna wintour is out of a job too quickly. there's always going to be room for art and some intuition here. but what we can do with our software is take the delay out of it. >> reporter: the fashion craze i.b.m. sees coming in 2013: steampunk. >> it's a retro-futuristic look. it's victorian high fashion meets industrial workwear. it's an obsession with things like brass. it's an obsession with things like cogs and gears. >> reporter: steampunk is still a bit too hip for me. i can't even choose
the big winners-- at least in the short term-- will be apple google, microsoft and samsung. and what will start with wired watches and glasses will eventually blossom into a world wide web of t-shirts, blouses and sweaters. >> it depends on how thin and light you want to make this. companies like i.b.m. are working on some flexible substrates that will really allow for the creation of wearable electronics. clothing. >> reporter: that's not all i.b.m. is working on. futurist trevor davis says the tech giant now has software that taps into social networks and predicts what people will wear. but does this mean style-setter anna wintour will be replaced by a supercomputer? >> i don't think anna wintour is out of a job too quickly. there's always going to be room for art and some intuition here. but what we can do with our software is take the delay out of it. >> reporter: the fashion craze i.b.m. sees coming in 2013: steampunk. >> it's a retro-futuristic look. it's victorian high fashion meets industrial workwear. it's an obsession with things like brass. it's an obsession with things li
carefully before investing. >>> welcome back to "squawk" this morning. making headlines, samsung electronics says it's likely earned a quarterly profit of $8.3 billion, selling about 500 handsets a minute. samsung also benefiting from a pickup in demand for flat screens it makes for mobile devices, including those for rival apple products. but some analysts say investors are concerned samsung's momentum may slow in the first half. also at ces they're selling a $20,000 television that starts -- >> what? >> the new tvs start at 60 inches and go up to 100. >> 85? >> i heard about it. >> 85, that's -- >> life size at some point? >> oh, no. we wanted -- >> right. >> it will be in like two years. >> wait. that would be -- it would be more expensive to remodel your living room. >> now to sports and i like the sweater. i like you in that sweater. that's the sweater. >> i was in wisconsin when you said that i wore -- >> i don't think the guy could wear a sweater. but you're casual. you got the casual, almost a suito jean type thing going on. >> do a couple interviews in the field today and this is wh
minister shen zoe abe asked the bank of japan to adopt a 2% inflation target officially. samsung electronics rebounded about 2% on bargain hunting. the kospi snapped a five-day losing streak, ending higher by .75%. and the options over china gave a lift to the australia markets. the asx 200 reversed earlier losses to end marginally in the green. data showed china's imports of iron ore soared past 17 million pounds for the month of december. the sensex is trading lower by about .1%. >> sixuan, thank you. we'll keep you again here in europe. the ftse 100 is at the highest level of the last year for a close. the ftse 100 up .06. the ibex down 10, the cac 40 down 11 points. a couple markets, forced into releasing results last night. there was a leak and then having the full conference call, disappointing figures marks & spencer trading down 4.74%. pretty good numbers for tesco. a bit of a shocker last year, not the same this year. the stock right now, up 2.2% be, as well. ten-year spanish yields ahead of that, a little higher. italian yields, up 4.25%. and the bank of england coming
times i've been standing around and groups of people are comparing their latest samsung phone or talking about the next generations of devices out. the mobile world conference is next month in barcelona. how much pressure is on the company for new devices? i think it's been said many times. this is an extremely important earnings called for the company tomorrow night. we feel the echo system that apple brings to the table is very strong and powerful. we see about 20% 3g coverage for mobile phones at this point. there's a lot of smartphone buyers still to come into the market and we ultimately feel as though it's a samsung and apple ecosystem play here as we go forward. but, you know, i don't feel as though apple has lost the cool factor completely. we feel as though this year will be important from a product perspective of what they, again, have up their sleeve over the coming quarter peps. >> aaron, do you have an iphone? >> i do, iphone 5. >> are you using it now? >> i am. >> okay. just curious. so it still has the cool factor there with aaron rakers. he's coming in from stifel nicolau
of diversify their portfolio and in the past a lot of people wrote that off. as they feel pressure by samsung, might be more credence to the rumor this time around. stuart: we feel that the smartphone is the newest-- and selling all over the world a huge deal. primary fight between apple iphone and samsung the galaxy. >> correct. stuart: it looks like in the china market, perhaps the most important market of all, apple wants to get back, not necessarily back on top, but certain a more major player and i hear maybe this new phone, if they do indeed come out with it, could be down to $100 bucks a pop. what are you hearing? >> well, yeah, because there's a lot of pressure on them to, in unsubsidized world we're moving into. if you buy an unlocked phone today, it's $150. when you have carriers t-mobile coming out unlimited plan only for unsubsidized phones that total cost of ownership is important. if apple does come out with a low cost phone it can't just be cheaper, they're going to have to differentiate whether it's in terms of color or design or even like, hooking up into new trends like wear
into an industry dominated by apple's iphone and samsung galaxy. rim is changing their corporate name to blackberry. the stock will be trading under the ticker symbol bbry. the earnings come as boeing dreamliner plane has been grounded. this latest from the fox business network giving you the power to prosper. tracy: brand-new exclusive video shows a new jersey hospital on how health reform can make more money for doctors not admitting patients. liz macdonald, you found a great story. >> a video spoof made by the moorestown medical center, they're a member of health reform to a cannibal care organization. you will hear the term aco. when you listen to the lyrics you understand how the health reform bill will basically create cost savings that go back to the hospital doctors and the federal government. let's take a listen. >> build it for all the right reasons. aco. sharing the savings and practices sure seems fair. as long as we follow the policy set down by medicare. >> what that refers to is the government's center for medicare and medicaid services. we spoke with staffers at the hospital, here's
on the latest move, thank you very much. samsung will see record profits in the port quarter up 89% from last year and the fifth quarter in a row, success largely fuelled by demand for the galaxy tablet and smart phone. the company sells 500 and set a minute. in an everett to compete with samsung apple is said to be working on a cheaper version of its iphone 5 to be sold in china and other emerging-market. sources said a unit will have a large display and revamped design released at the end of this year. speaking of gadgets, it is the largest new product show of the year, consumer electronics show in las vegas. we are live for the biggest players in town. shibani joshi has the first-ever north american television interview with sony's new president and ceo and liz claimant with verizon's chairman and ceo, a first on fox business interview. as we go to great take a look at oil, down slightly, tight trading range for oil, $92.98. we will be right back. at a dry cleaner, we replaced people with a machine. what? customers didn't like it. so why do banks do it? hello? hello?! if your bank doesn't
. >> the competitor samsung, i keep thinking about the european trip, and you saw samsung there. >> i did. i got a lot of tweets on that, too, saying, you know, come on. >> you're breaking -- >> they have iphones over there, too. >> on "usa today," in front of the business section, all about apple losing their cool again. samsung, meantime, crossing in the 100 million unit mark in the galaxy. >> do you also throw out the suppliers with this, with the momentum downward? do you throw out the names like broadcom and qualcomm, which is both on android and apple? if apple is losing handsets to samsung, broadcom would pick that up. >> everything's so tainted. qualcomm, 4g, 5g, doesn't matter, you're going to need their chips. arm holdings downgraded today. the apple complex, which was so great when momentum was terrific, is, of course, in reverse momentum. i think people don't know what to do. there's a lot of people who came in to apple between 500 and 700, because i think many things seem like they're going great. and they don't know what to do, other than criticize people who wonder whether it's as great
. samsung reported good numbers. but this is a play on everybody else but apple. they do great touch work. good yield. t.j. saying this is the bottom in a cycle. i'm not going to doubt t.j. i think he's a pretty good guy. >> game stop? >> oh, my. you've got hardware down 2.7%. pre-own, which is always a terrific -- down 15%. digital, not analog. hardware not selling. i remember when you had to wait in line for the big games. i used to have to wait in line for my kids. now on game stop, it's off the gaming rules. >> nice second half of the year. >> a lot of people felt there was a lot of new product coming out, you'll find new devices. this gaming industry has become challenged. xbox doing well. >> good names to watch. when we come back, an exclusive with morgan stanley's u.s. equity strategist, adam parker is one of the last year's bears, becoming more bullish in 2013. after a strong 2012, what is eli lilly's prescription for profits this year. opening bell coming up in just about three minutes. ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ o
in the prostate cancer market. >>> bertha bertha coomb is back more on apple. >> apple say they think that samsung has disrupted the situation for apple. android is gaining. nonetheless they think with all of these things, which is helping to attract a strong user base, they don't believe apple is out of the game and headed south. we'll learn tomorrow. they still say apple needs to defend it's growth story. >> bertha, thank you very much. >>> let's check in on the bond market which is getting competition today from stocks. the bond market also waiting to see what some surveys later this week will show us. right now looking at the curve, the ten-year note is yielding 1.83%. the 30-year has stubbornly been above the 3% level. that's what traders are starting to focus on, not starting but have been focusing on the last couple of months. the longer end of the yield curve. they have been watching consumer sentiment which has not been improving and they have been watching washington closer, they say there are fiscal issues out there that are not solved and that's something the bond market is watching. t
home. that is the smart phone battle and who wins and loses. apple or smart -- or samsung. but here in this, a third player, which is google. which seemingly can't lose either way since they make apps for both the iphone and of course the android. or l license the android operating syst system. >> google is in a great position. no doubt they can get huge market share, whether for apps or the operating system. however 75% of profit good to apple. they are the ones making the money. it is about where the developers go. so i think it is early to say that google is winning no matter what. but i think they are not losing, certainly. >> they are making a few pennies on all of those smart phones one way or the other. >> exactly. it is oversimplified to say, this is like the ketchup wars. like if mcdonalds continues to get bigger, then so did ketchup. >> he has a great voice. >> he does. >> and handsome. >> maybe joyvoice over for tv. >> biggest customers, men in their mid 50s for the corvette. are guys who drive corvettes sexy? >> they are definitely having a mid life crisis. this is a mid
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